Dr. Ann Rensel, associate professor of management, and Dr. Tenpao Lee, professor of economics, published Structural Bonus of Factor Productivity in China's High-Tech Industry: A Cross-Sector, Cross-Province, and Cross-Ownership Study in Journal of Applied Business & Economics with colleagues from other institutions.
Here is the abstract:
"The evolution of Chinese high-tech industry labor force and capital structure is analyzed using a shift-share technique. Contributions from cross-sector, cross-province and cross-ownership flows of factors to productivity growth were assessed. Cross-sector labor force flow produced "positive structural bonus", cross-sector capital flow produced "negative structural bonus", cross-province labor flow produced "negative structural bonus", cross-province capital flow produced a "positive structural bonus", crossownership labor and capital flow produced "positive structural bonus." Implications are decrease intervention in operations, allow free factor movement among sectors, provinces, and ownership; improve capital market and improve labor market to channel skilled workers into the high-tech industry."